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Roundhouse Call to Create evaluation strategy

During an 8 month period in 2015, we worked with members of the Roundhouse team to help them develop an evaluation strategy and plan for the Roundhouse-led global Call to Create network of young theatre makers. We were also asked to create a range of evaluation support materials. Key tasks included: devising an evaluation plan […]Read More

‘Fresh ideas… knowledge, greater understanding, confidence and new people’ – what musicians will get from The One Dayer

the hub’s One Dayer – Independent Music, Money & Tech takes place in Camden on 1 July. In her latest blog, the hub’s Director, Julia Payne, talks about why the event is a ‘must go to’ event for musicians, songwriters and composers working in beyond mainstream music – and what they can expect to get […]Read More

One Dayer News – The Future of Digital Tech & Live Music

A major strand of the ONE DAYER on 1st July in Camden is dedicated to emerging digital technology and how we can all better harness it to drive more people to the live experience, and once they’re at our gigs spend more money.   The provocation, panel and insights sessions we’ve programmed as part of […]Read More

Creative Industry Finance programme – supporting sustainable growth in the creative sector

At the end of September, our friends at Creative United launched the Creative Industry Finance programme, a new investment and advice programme for the creative sector. One month in, we asked Sarah Thirtle, Creative United’s Head of Business Lending Programmes, to give us the lowdown on the programme. Here’s that lowdown…   A little over […]Read More

CIDA: creative industries training programmes

We’ve worked with the Cultural Industries Development Agency in east London to develop and deliver number of training programmes. Here’s the lowdown on a couple of them. Sustain to Gain Sustain to Gain was a five-day business planning programme. Highly interactive, the programme was designed to not only develop participants’ knowledge and understanding of business […]Read More

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Ten tips to read before starting your music technology business

Do it now and don't keep it to yourself! Two of the 10 brilliant tips you must read before launching your music technology startup. Read More

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Top tips for partnership from our New Music Plus… producers

Six great pearls of wisdom from our New Music Plus... producers on partnering with a large organisation. From nailing the budget early on to challenging your host organisation to think differently.Read More

Joining the Dots offers funding and support for the most exciting independent music sector ideas

A clutch of brilliant ideas will get a £10,000 bursary plus expert mentoring to test their brilliant ideas and ultimately make your career - and the sector - more sustainable.Read More

Guest bloggers – NMP… UK producers Mark Daman Thomas and Sebastian Reynolds

Last month, our New Music Plus… producers gathered at Derby Quad for two days of training delivered by hubsters, Adam Jeanes and Jenny Harris. We invited Mark Daman Thomas and Sebastian Reynolds to give a bit of insight into what the training at Derby QUAD involved and what impact New Music Plus…UK is having on […]Read More

Meet our New Music Plus… participants

New Music Plus…UK is a two year, nationwide, creative and professional development programme developed and delivered by PRS for Music Foundation and the hub. NMP… supports the professional development of independent music producers and helps arts organisations to strengthen their approach to programming new music. As well as providing the producers with mentoring, training and […]Read More